Bachelor of Science, Central State Teachers College, Edmond, Oklahoma, 1934; AM, University Texas, 1935; Doctor of Education, Stanford, 1937.
Business manager, Harlow's Weekly, 1912-1915;
secretary-treasurer, Harlow Public Company, 1915-1924;
vice president, Harlow Public Company, 1924-1936;
instructor education, Stanford, 1937-1938;
assistant professor education, Stanford, 1938-1940;
associate professor education, social science public relations, Stanford, 1940-1944;
founder, president, Public Rels. Institute of West, from 1948;
editor, public, The Social Science Reporter, 1952-1972;
editor, public, Public Rels. Research Review, 1958-1960;
public relations consultant, 1912-1977.
Director Stanford School-Press Rels. Investigation, 1938-1939. Organizer, president American Council Public Rels., 1939-1947.
Delegate World Conference of Allied Ex-Service Men of First World War, London, 1924.
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Served with 61st Field Artillery Brigade, 36th division, United States Army, 1918. American Expeditionary Force. Major, 45th Division, Oklahoma National Guard.
Member Public Relations Society of America (co-founder 1947, board directors 1947-1952, Annual Professional award 1952, 69, named one of 12 leading public relations professionals of century by University Michigan 1970, 1st annual medallion award Northern California chapters 1976-1977).
Married Ruby Esther Wilson, January 22, 1920. Children: William (deceased), Esther Frances, Benjamin LeRoy (deceased).